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Mt. Bachelor is big. In fact, measured by skiable terrain, it's one of the six biggest ski areas in the United States. But you won't find the crowds. So there's a spacious feel to skiing and riding Mt. Bachelor you don’t find at most big mountains.

Going up? There are seven high-speed lifts. Going down? There's 3365' vertical, and huge snowfall.

Mt. Bachelor is a true destination despite the fact that – uniquely among America's major ski areas – it has no slopeside, lodging, no fancy base villages, no condo developments or any other sign of the high-priced foofaraw so common at major ski areas nowadays. Mt. Bachelor does not have it, and probably never will. It's got more.

The amazing mountain that's surrounded by some of the most spectacular National Forest in the country. Mt. Bachelor skiers enjoy a feeling of wilderness and solitude that is hard to find elsewhere.

And Mt. Bachelor has Central Oregon – fast growing in reputation as one of the nation's finest places to visit, and live. Mountain guests stay down the road a short way, either in the wonderful Sunriver resort area, about 13 miles to the southeast, or Bend, about 19 miles northeast. Sunriver is a charming full-service resort with spacious condominiums and a wide array of services. It's surprisingly affordable, making it a popular choice for generations of families. As for Bend, it's on just about every list of the coolest towns on the continent. The range of lodging and dining choices is staggering. And we hope you like beer – or, at least, that you like people who like beer – because this region offers the most micro and craft breweries per capita than anywhere else in the States.

If you're in the hunt for a second home in the Bend/Mt. Bachelor area, and would like to learn more, drop us a note!